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For the 40th anniversary of A Day to Give West, UWG’s annual fundraising drive, the steering committee hopes to commemorate the occasion by honoring both the donors and the students who benefit from their generosity. This year, anyone who contributes $100 or more will receive a watercolor print created by student Rachel Christiansen.
The University of West Georgia brought to light the inner workings of the state’s highest court Tuesday night, with UWG’s Murphy Center for Public Service hosting students and community members for An Evening with Georgia State Supreme Court Justices.
Following guidance from the University System of Georgia, the University of West Georgia will continue to waive ACT and SAT test score requirements for qualifying prospective first-year, freshmen applicants for admission for the 2023-24 academic year (Fall 2023, Spring 2024 and Summer 2024).
The series hosts influential civic and political leaders who speak to students and community about the value of public service and encourage their engagement and future leadership in our democratic republic. This year kicks off next Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. with “An Evening with Georgia State Supreme Court Justices” in UWG’s Campus Center Ballroom.
When Emily Ferreira ’21 was still nonverbal at age 2, medical and speech professionals rallied around her family to help the toddler. The team eventually included UWG speech-language pathologists. Today, Ferreira has come full circle and is a UWG College of Education graduate student clinician working at the school’s Comprehensive Community Clinic.
How do you honor an educator who has spent her life teaching the importance of a multicultural and globally connected world? For the UWG's Dr. Cecilia Lee, professor emerita of Spanish, the answer was simple. Although she retired in 2007, her former students, friends and family created a scholarship in her name, ensuring she will impact generations to come.